Are there any programs that were created on Smalltalk

VisualWorksCincom
VisualWorks is the direct successor to Smalltalk-80. The abstraction to the platform is most pronounced in VisualWorks. Platform specifics are part of the virtual machine so that an image can run on all supported platforms without changes. Windows, Macintosh, Linux and various other UNIX systems are supported. VisualWorks is available as a non-commercial version with the same terms as ObjectStudio.
   ObjectStudioCincom http://www.cincomsmalltalk.com
ObjectStudio is a Smalltalk development system available exclusively for Windows. Thanks to its interfaces to all common databases via its own native drivers and legacy systems such as CICS, MQ-Series, APPC and EHLLAPI, it is ideal for connecting existing mainframe systems with a modern user interface. ObjectStudio is available as a non-commercial version that is unrestricted in terms of both time and functionality.
   Squeak http://www.squeak.org/
Squeak was developed by a group around Alan Kay, one of the fathers of Smalltalk at Apple and later at Disney, as a free Smalltalk-80 implementation. The virtual machine itself is implemented in Squeak and is therefore easy to maintain and port to new platforms. In Squeak new concepts in dealing with computers are developed. This mainly concerns the user guidance and the handling of multimedia data. A very active user community, similar to Linux, has formed around Squeak, which drives the development of Squeak.
   Small talk / XeXept Software AG http://www.exept.de
Smalltalk / X is a Smalltalk system that contains a translation from Smalltalk to C as a specialty, with which real DLLs or "shared libraries" can be created. Another special feature is the introduction of inline C code directly into the method source code to connect external C / C ++ procedures, or to tune time-critical code. Smalltalk / X is available for Windows and most UNIX systems and can also be used commercially without license fees.
   GemStone / SGEMTALK SYSTEMS https://gemtalksystems.com/ https://gemtalksystems.com/licensing
GemStone / S was initially developed by GemStone Systems and later sold to GEMTALK SYSTEMS, who continue to develop and offer it. GemStone / S is a Smalltalk-based development platform and provides a highly scalable, high-performance database server that supports various Smalltalk systems as well as Java as a client. GemStone / S uses the same object model as Smalltalk, so that seamless integration in Smalltalk clients is guaranteed. Objects and classes can be easily moved between client and server. GemStone / S is available as a free, unlimited version for Linux with certain restrictions.
       GNU small talk http://smalltalk.gnu.org/
GNU Smalltalk is a free, non-commercial implementation of Smalltalk-80. The first version was already available in the mid-80s and has been actively developed further in the last few years. GNU Smalltalk does have a graphical user interface, but the main area of ​​application and thus the direction of development are server programs and scripts. GNU Smalltalk is therefore more like classic scripting languages ​​such as Perl or PHP. GNU Smalltalk runs on all UNIX systems with POSIX-compatible libraries.
   VA small talkinstantiations http://www.instantiations.com/products/vasmalltalk/index.html http://www.instantiations.com/support/version-history.html
VisualAge was probably one of the most widespread Smalltalk systems that was developed and offered by IBM on the basis of the cross-language development platform VisualAge. In 2005, the further development passed into the hands of the Instantiations company, which has since sold it under the name VA Smalltalk. VA Smalltalk offers a large number of different components such as interfaces to databases, various transaction monitors and other IBM server services and can be integrated into a Java environment via RMI. VA Smalltalk is still fully compatible with VisualAge for Smalltalk and supports current versions of the Windows, Linux, Solaris, and AIX operating systems.
   Pharo small talk http://pharo.org/
Pharo is a free open source project for a clean and innovative small talk environment. The aim is to create an attractive platform for creating "mission critical" small talk applications based on a stable, small core system and excellent developer tools.
 Little small talkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Smalltalk http://www.edm2.com/index.php/Little_Smalltalk
Little Smalltalk is a small, experimental Smalltalk system, the aim of which is to write the smallest possible Smalltalk applications. The VM only consists of about 1800 lines of source code. Little Smalltalk is a minimalist system that is easy to understand and expand. Little Smalltalk is freely available for non-commercial use.
   Smalltalk / JVMMission software http://missionsoft.com
Smalltalk / JVM integrates Smalltalk seamlessly with Java. It compiles Smalltalk classes into Java class files that can be loaded into any Java virtual machine. Smalltalk and Java classes therefore exist side by side in the same virtual machine and communicate with each other. Smalltalk / JVM provides only a few of its own components, as it has full access to the SDKs available with Java and can use them in its own applications. A free, non-commercial version of Windows can be downloaded from the web address. In addition, SUN JDK 1.3 and the Sun Java Servlet Development Kit are required.
   Dolphin small talkObject Arts https://github.com/dolphinsmalltalk https://www.i-programmer.info/news/98-languages/9309-dolphin-smalltalk-goes-open-source.html
Dolphin Smalltalk is one of the newer Smalltalk systems and is available exclusively for Windows. Interfaces to all common Windows components such as ODBC, OLE, COM, ActiveX, DirectX and others are integrated in Dolphin Smalltalk. The user guidance of Dolphin Smalltalk is based on the common development systems known from Windows in order to simplify the transition for developers. Dolphin Smalltalk is available in a time-limited evaluation version.
   Smalltalk MTObject Connect http://www.objectconnect.com/
Smalltalk MT has the most consistent integration into the Windows platform and is also available exclusively for Windows. With Smalltalk MT, native Windows applications as well as DLLs and ActiveX controls can be created. Due to the direct integration and the resulting use of Windows functionality, programs can be created with very low resource requirements. Smalltalk MT is available as a time-limited evaluation version and can be downloaded from the Object Connect web server.
   PocketSmalltalk http://wiki.c2.com/?PocketSmalltalk
PocketSmalltalk is a free Smalltalk development environment that translates Smalltalk applications into the binary format of the Palm OS. The applications created are real Palm OS applications that manage without a virtual machine and therefore with little memory. PocketSmalltalk exists in two versions. The current version is based on Dolphin Smalltalk and is therefore only available on Windows platforms. The other version is implemented in Squeak and is available on a number of platforms.
   Smallscript https://www.smallscript.org/ Contributions to the discussion under http://wiki.c2.com/?SmallScript

Smallscript differs from the other Smalltalk systems through its distinct script character. Smallscript allows you to create applications with graphical interfaces, but the main areas of use are server applications and Smalltalk scripts. Smallscript is no longer being developed.

   LSW vision small talk http://www.lesser-software.com/lswvst.htmLSWVST is a small talk with deep operating system integration and .NET connection.
LSWVST is a proprietary small talk that is used at LSW for application development.   ambraiSmalltalkContributions to the discussion under http: //groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.smalltalk ....
Ambrai Smalltalk is an application and development environment of the Smalltalk language for Mac OS X, which has not been updated since 2007.
   SharpSmalltalk or #Smalltalkhttp://www.refactory.com/tools/sharp-smalltalkThe SharpSmalltalk runs Smalltalk under .Net framework.   Vmx A small talk for .NET and JAVA.